4. Laundry (and all things associated with it).
It was like half an hour later, I was back at my house and I’d already posted the photo to Facebook and Instagram, “Look who I met at the diner today!” was the caption.
Just don’t let anyone living with you catch you, psycho.
You mock the younger generation, but if anyone (and I mean, ANYONE) cards you for alcohol, you’re like the most excited you’ve ever been.
The Queen of Image Control might’ve slipped up – that’s a pretty wonked out thigh.
Time to head to brunch! It’s brunch time, of course, because you consume no other regular meal — no breakfast, no lunch. A bowl of cereal or a sad ham sandwich is not what your life is about.
By now it’s safe to say that the vast majority of us have Instagram. And there is quite the divide within the population on this ridiculous app.
“C’mon, let’s go out…” your friend says.
“But it’s so cold out……..” you whine.
“Rachel it’s July.”
“But I’m so tiiiirreedddd….”
“But this morning you said that you wa–”
“SAID SHMAID I SAY A LOT OF THINGS I DON’T MEAN.”
7. Washing your face.